You are rarely alone in Taipei. The city is filled to the brink with temples and their worshipers, with hectic business people, shoppers, and aimless tourists. Add to this the tantalizing smells and sounds of the many night markets and the never ending lines of motorcycles and Taipei emerges as a city of boundless opportunities and adventure. Neither are you alone on Elephant mountain, the most famous viewpoint of Taipei, particularly during a beautiful sunset. I joined the dozens of spectators on a warm evening in November. Looking at the city from a bird’s perspective made all of Taipei’s hustle recede into the background. As the last rays of sun pierced the Taipei 101 tower, the city transformed into an almost serene image. I took the photo with my APS-C 16mm F1.4 lens and it is composed out of three images from a captured time laps during this sunset. While this place was very crowded I took the picture series without tripod, but I was able to use the railing of the platform.
These images are all captured in Taiwan in 2018 and are part of my flickr page. More images will be uploaded soon.
These pictures can also be found here: flickr